January 23, 2014

The Chinese Gold Rush May Now Be Over

The Economist, The Economist

The Associated Press

ACCORDING to the late Roberto Goizueta, a former boss of The Coca-Cola Company, April 15th 1981 was “one of the most important days…in the history of the world.” That date marked the opening of the first Coke bottling plant to be built in China since the Communist revolution.

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